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BV Commercial had been appointed along with joint agent CBRE to bring to the market this large industrial unit and ancillary yard/site located in the Tuam IDA Industrial Estate, Dunmore Road, Tuam. The unit consists of two loading bays, large cold storage facility, and office space with toilets and canteen.
Bon Secours Hospital Galway, accredited by Joint Commission International, was recently awarded the 2013 NISO/NISG All-Ireland Major Safety Award for Medical Services. Business category awards are awarded to organisations which have met a minimum high standard (distinction level) and who are best within their business category. This is the hospital’s second submission - in 2012 it was the recipient of a distinction in the Prestigious Award category.
Mayo Fine Gael TDs John O’Mahony and Michelle Mulherin have welcomed the announcement by the Department of Health that the number of patients waiting on trolleys at Mayo General Hospital has fallen by 15 per cent in the first nine months of this year as compared to 2012, evidence of the commitment by staff at the hospital in ensuring that patients always come first.
The MADRA charity shop in Westside will hold a special coffee afternoon on Saturday from 12 noon to 3pm.
Outsourced sales solutions company CPM has announced further good news for the Irish jobseeker with an additional 31 jobs available throughout Ireland, a number of which are available in the Meath and Westmeath regions.
Sixty-eight percent of employers admit to ‘Googling’ prospective candidates as part of a referencing check, according to a new survey conducted into attitudes to employment references by leading sales and marketing recruitment consultancy Sales Placement.
Not all of the 12 Blue Flag beaches in the county are patrolled by a lifeguard which has caused concern among locals according to councillor Michael McNamara.
A and T Printing, Colas Group, Galway Turkeys, MAPs Ltd and the Marine Institute / Foras na Mara were among 40 private and public sector organisations to receive awards this week from the Minister of State for Small Business, Mr John Perry TD.
Irish students have been able to have an Erasmus year abroad for nearly 30 years. But did you know that young entrepreneurs who have recently set up a business have the same opportunity? An EU scheme is funding international business exchanges for go-ahead young people and for host businesses eager for new ideas.
Outside of the city centre there is a serious lack of bins, according to Galway city councillor Michael Crowe who is calling for an extra 200 bins to be provided to meet the needs of the people and to fulful the local authorities committment to properly tackle litter.